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msg #103965
Ignore cmarunde
12/23/2011 4:03:55 AM

I'm racking my brain looking at all the filters trying to create a simple filter that recognizes a stock that has been on an upward trend, pulls back with 3 to 5 bars with the close of each of those days being lower than the close of the prior day. Anyone know how to get started on that?

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msg #103970
Ignore boston
12/23/2011 9:10:35 AM

close > 19
volume > 500000
average volume(50) > 500000
30 day slope of close above 0

set{diff, close 1 day ago / high 4 days ago}

high 3 days ago above high 2 days ago
high 2 days ago above high 1 day ago
low 3 days ago above low 2 days ago
low 2 days ago above low 1 day ago

open below high 1 day ago
close above open 1 day ago

draw diff line 0.96
draw 30 day slope of close

add column atr(10)
add column atr(100)
add column average day range(5){adr5}
add column 30 day slope of close{slope_cl}

i think that you can run it at about 30 minutes after market opens

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